Trinity Silom

Address: 150 Soi Phiphat 2, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 150 Soi Phiphat 2, Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, and State Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Visiting the Dusit Palace

A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Mar 01, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... our hostel which is situated in the govermental area. It recontains the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall which was built in 1907 and completed in 1915. It was resplendent with Carrera marble from Italy and embellished with a rich Renainssance decor! This throne hall is a National Treasure and serves as a venue for the Kingdom's Royal. It's now used as well as a museum for the Arts of the Kingdom. The dress code for ladies was to wear Thai style sarong my long ...

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by siobhandenniff on Feb 01, 2015

3 photos

... we met a German boy called Carsten in our room, we went to the cinema to watch Imitation Game with him, which was so good! Day 4 - Apparently we felt we hadn't done enough shopping because we went to Chatuchak market, it's the biggest market in Asia, they sell everything including pets. I lost Helin about 15 minutes in, it was so crazy and busy. When we got back we went to the art and culture centre it was very odd, there was a Japanese ...

Farewell Bangkok

A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Jan 21, 2015

8 photos

... to a hostel in Chiang Mai. We really should have booked one but the wifi was slow earlier and we were in a bit of a rush, but I'm sure it will be fine. I am so so so excited to get to Chiang Mai. I want to go water rafting, elephant trekking, visit waterfalls, mountain trekking and visit some temples. So we will see how much we get time for, but fingers crossed quite a lot. I reckon we will stay there for around 5 days, and then after that we want to ...

Bangkok sites

A travel blog entry by steve.caroline on Jan 13, 2015

19 photos

... you did have to visit one or two shops (no hardship as all you needed to do was walk in and walk out) so that the driver could get his credits for gasoline. Free fuel is why some tuktuks are cheap.So we visited Wat Suhat, the Thai government export market, Wat Sa let (the golden mountain), the huge and impressive Wat Phra Kaew (Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha) and Wat Pho, the home of ...

Depart Sydney

A travel blog entry by jabray on Dec 21, 2014

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... I found it quite amusing being on the same island I was born on. I'll look forward to one day traveling this whole region in the near future. The flight from Jakarta to Bangkok was only 3 hours, so was easy. We arrived at 8pm, I was prepared to fight a flock of taxi drivers but found it had changed since I was there last. This time round it was very organised with a line and ticket system. When we arrived ...

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